Jr. NBA Rochester Partners with S.W.A.N (Southwest Area Neighborhood Association) to Provide Scholarships to 20 Deserving Young Athletes.

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This is the Jr. NBA Rochester’s first year of summer camps and they are already giving back to the community by sponsoring 20 young athletes for their upcoming program.

Coach Allmond and McGill work with local Jr. NBA skills challenge winner Trip Bajorek.

Allmond and McGill are more than Coaches, they are mentors who know how to develop the whole player..."

Razorshark’s Corey Allmond & Rashard McGill will be coaching the first ever Jr. NBA Basketball program in Rochester, NY. This is the most inclusive basketball training in the area. Young athletes will hone in on their basketball skills to prepare them for life on and off the court. The first summer camp program for Jr. NBA in Rochester, NY will be running weekly starting June 27th at the Rochester Sports Garden.

The Jr. NBA of Rochester and the staff believe in giving back to the community. Partnering with S.W.A.N (Southwest Area Neighborhood Association) gives us the ability to mentor young athletes and provide them with life lessons that they can take off the basketball court. Allmond & McGill started the local Jr. NBA training program to help and inspire the next generation. Allmond and McGill believe that Basketball is more than just a sport – it teaches life skills that go beyond the court.

The Jr. NBA Rochester’s Motto is: “We will work together to become better basketball players by motivating and encouraging one another to reach our full potential – not only in sports but in LIFE.” Coach McGill and Coach Allmond

“When the Razorshark’s Allmond & McGill walked in the doors of S.W.A.N to offer scholarships to my students I was speechless. It is programs like this that you only dream because they come around once in a lifetime.” JaMone Alexander, Executive Director of S.W.A.N.

To learn more about becoming a part of The Jr. NBA Rochester and their programs visit http://www.jrnbarochester.com.

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